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Berg vs. Obama Lawsuit

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Date: Friday - August 22, 2008
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Open Lines, Philip J. Berg

Filling in for George, Ian Punnett welcomed Philip J. Berg, an attorney and self-professed Hillary Clinton supporter who has filed a lawsuit against Barack Obama, the Democratic National Committee, and several other parties. Berg contends that Sen. Obama is not a natural born U.S. citizen and, therefore, is constitutionally ineligible to run for the office of president.

According to Berg, Obama was born in Kenya and then a week later flown back to Hawaii where a Certification of Live Birth was filed (view certificate). Berg claims the birth record initially posted on the Obama campaign website is a forgery based on his half-sister's certificate. Berg also noted that Obama would have lost any American citizenship status he had when he moved to Indonesia with his mother and was adopted by his step-father.

Berg presented other arguments to support his case, but believes the Republican party has even more evidence and will use it to discredit Obama after he receives the Democratic nomination. Berg said journalist Wayne Madsen published an article about a GOP research team that was sent to Kenya and has located a certificate registering the birth of a boy named "Barack Obama, Jr." to his father, a Kenyan citizen and his mother, a U.S. citizen.

During Open Lines, several callers commented on the Berg vs. Obama lawsuit, many of them questioning Berg's motives and research.

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